Overlooking Bothnian Bay and the Baltic Sea, this secluded modern lodge is the perfect base for exploring the many islands of the Lulea archipelago. In winter, Brandon Lodge guarantees a true arctic experience while in summer – free from the snow and ice – the lush countryside surrounds are easily enjoyed.
The large wood cabin serves as the main restaurant, built in traditional Swedish style and complete with a warming log fire and lounge. Hot breakfasts are cooked daily and meals are typically two courses, served as a buffet in the evening, including a mix of international and local meals. Delicacies range from champagne and arctic caviar to home-smoked moose and reindeer meat and vegetarian menu items include local cheeses, pickled mushrooms, and sour dough bread.
Fifteen recently-renovated accommodation cabins are set amid the forest and main cabin, facing the sea. Each cabin consists of a comfortable living area, kitchenette, en-suite bathroom facilities and two twin bedrooms, making the cosy cabins the perfect base for families. A covered porch looks out across the frozen sea and the surrounding wilderness.
A host of thrilling winter sport and adventure activities can be arranged at Brandon Lodge. Choose from a hovercraft pack ice tour, snowmobiling, dog-sledding, northern light snow shoe walk, forest tours, ice-fishing and Nordic winter skills. Guests are also invited to enjoy the on-site lavuu, here, enjoy hot drinks and patiently await the aurora, or visit the nearby sauna, a short walk away on the shore edge.